Early intervention services are a collection of services families may need if there is a concern that a child may have developmental delays and/or health care needs. Elkhorn Public Schools provides free evaluations for children from birth to age 2 for early intervention services.

Please complete the form below to begin the process to determine Early Intervention Services eligibility. Additional information about the Early Intervention Services process can be found here.




The Elkhorn Public Schools Preschool Program is dedicated to cultivating a community of families and teachers working together to provide a safe, positive, and developmentally appropriate environment for our youngest learners.  Specific questions about the EPS Preschool Program should be directed to Tracie Burton at

Preschool Schedule

Monday – Thursday 8:20 am – 11:30 am or 12:20 pm – 3:30 pm

Preschool Screening

Children ages 3-5 interested in attending the EPS Preschool Program must already be receiving special education services or must be identified through our screening process as:

  • A child with an identified disability (in accordance with NDE Rule 51)
  • A child who is at-risk in their learning
  • A child who is typically developing and has reached a level of maturity that would make them a great peer model

Peer Model

Students who are identified as typically developing will serve as peer models and will fill a limited number of placements each school year. A monthly tuition of $180 is required for a child who is identified as typically developing to serve as a peer model.

Preschool screening applications are now being accepted for the 2024 – 2025 school year

 2024 – 2025 Preschool Screening Application